Sunday, May 28

Sealine Launches 40-Knot Sport Cruiser

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Sealine just  launched its latest sport cruiser, the S335v, with a five different layouts, lots of space, and 40-knot power from twin 300-hp Mercury V8 Verado outboards.

The new Sealine is designed by Bill Dixon from the UK and made by Hanse near Greifswald on Germany’s Baltic coast. It’s one of Sealine’s 12 models from 33 to 53 feet.

The new S335v has an open deck layout with sun roofs over the helm deck and the cockpit. There’s seating on the foredeck and on a large  U-shaped settee aft in the cockpit with a table that can be converted to a giant sun bed. The storage space under the cockpit is large enough to hold paddleboards, water skis or diving equipment, all within a step or two from the swim platform. An outside galley with a fridge, sink and oven/barbeque is forward a bit.

Below, Sealine offers a variety of options, but all have the boat’s 6’ 3” standing headroom. The classic layout with the owner’s cabin in the bow has a double island bed, but that can be replaced with U-shaped seating. There’s lots of natural light from three skylights and large hull windows. The lobby below can be used as an interior galley area, a social lounge, or for more storage.

The standard Mercury outboards can be replaced by twin 300-hp Yamahas if an owner prefers. A bow thruster is standard, and a joystick for low-speed maneuvering is an option.

Sealine was founded in England in the 1970s, and Sealines were prominent in the UK market during the ‘80s and ‘90s. The company was bought by Hanse, the German builder, in 2013. Sealines are sold in the U.S. by Merrill-Stevens in Miami, Berthon USA in Newport, Rhode Island, and 50 North Yachts in San Diego.

Specs.: LOA: 33’10”; Beam: 11’6”; Draft: 3’1”; Disp.: 14,600 lbs.; Fuel: 570 gals.; Water: 220 gals.; Power: 2×300-hp Mercury V8 Verado outboards. Read more:



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